To set up production lines within planned changeover times so that the line is running at its planned output rate immediately upon completion of the changeover.
The machine setter is a person trained in maintaining, controlling, and operating the equipment around the site that is used in the various manufacturing processes of our products.
This involves operating high speed machines by managing settings and conducting tests to ensure a successful operation in the production process.
As part of maintenance measures, they inspect equipment in use through troubleshooting, checking for any problems in them and fixing them immediately if any, in order to prevent breakdown in the course of work.
Arrange machine at the beginning of work procedures to ensure that everything is in order.
Test the machine before main work begins to be sure that it's in good condition for production.
Clean up and inspect machine parts after every work procedure.
Set all machine operation information such as speed, size and shape into machine before it begins running.
Insert all production materials in the various parts of the machine where they are supposed to be to enhance production output.
Ensure that machines are calibrated and recalibrated before and after production procedures.
Troubleshoot machine problems to determine actual faults.
Strictly adhere to product specification and ensure good quality work.
Ensure timely preparation and availability of all production materials to avoid shortage during production.
Report to supervisor(s) regularly, keeping them updated on production activities and progress.
If you want to discuss this position in more detail, please call Ben Porter at Elevation Recruitment Group on .
Elevation Recruitment Group's Engineering & Manufacturing division work with a vast range of businesses across Yorkshire and Humberside, Lincolnshire and East Midlands regions. For this role and other similar Engineering and Manufacturing positions, visit www.elevationrecruitmentgroup.com
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